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RDB Season 2012/13

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#1 Jane Simpson

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Posted 23 April 2012 - 03:45 AM

The RDB has just announced its programme for next season. Only 6 different programmes but some interesting things:

Den gyldne Hane (Le Coq d'Or)

Alexei Ratmansky
Designs - Richard Hudson after Goncharova

15 Sept - 16 October

La Bayadere

Produced by Nikolaj Hubbe and Eva Draw
Designs - Richard Hudson

10 Nov - 15 March

Sleeping Beauty

Christopher Wheeldon's production from 2010

30 Nov - 16 Dec


The Unsung (Limon)/ Chroma (MacGregor) / new Patrick Delcroix

!5 Feb - 1 March

Romeo and Juliet


22 March - 7 May

La Ventana/Kermessen i Brugge

New productions by Gudrun Bojesen (La Ventana) and Ib Andersen (Kermessen)
Designs - Jerome Kaplan

30 April - 21 May


Kom Bamse (Thomas Lund's ballet for children)
Hubberiet x3

Guest appearances by:

Dansk Danseteater (Tim Rushton's Love Songs)
Aben Dans
Akram Khan (Desh)


Serenade/Four Temperaments/Symphony in C

NYExport: Op Jazz/Les Carillons/Concerto DSCH/ new Martins

4 - 8 April


Full details are online (in Danish) in the Season Catalogue - ballet starts on page 62.

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Posted 26 April 2012 - 04:45 PM


The Unsung (Limon)/ Chroma (MacGregor) / new Patrick Delcroix

15 Feb - 1 March

Ooh -- The Unsung is back in repertory. And interesting that it's paired with Chroma, since MacGregor studied at the Limon school.

#3 Natalia


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Posted 17 September 2012 - 09:15 AM

The new Ratmansky Coq d'Or designs look very much like the Diaghilev-era originals by Goncharova. Stunningly rich, colorful, luxurious. No 'El Cheapo' here!


Wouldn't it be great if this ballet eventually makes its way to ABT....in these designs? Posted Image

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